I also, against my better judgement, knocked it up another notch last night (BAM!) when I finally broke down an bought the DnD "Book of Challenges". Why? For those sessions (like the one coming up with the only characters being the two with Wisdom 8) when I need a little something to keep the players in line and to fill the session with when there is only a simple plot. Don't misunderstand, sometimes a simple plot is good for a session or two, but I live in constant fear of having a session finish early because I've run out of stuff to throw at the players. A carry over fear from Cons, I suspect.
I've been playing a whole lot of DDR at home recently, thanks to my trip to Japan, under the guise of unlocking the secret songs in the game. Unfortunately, this has ended up with me having an ouchie anckle. I hope it settles down for training tomorrow.
Regardless, my home-practive DDR skills have inspired me to organise a "Dinner and Dancing" night sometime in the future - because Galactic Circus is sooooo much quieter and less full of chuds after about 7.30 or so on a tuesday. Just warning you all in advance.